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About Punjabi Junction

The word Punjab is a xenonym/exonym from the Persian words Panj (Persian: پنج‎) and Aab (Persian: آب‎) - which are cognate with the Sanskrit words "panch" and "aab" that means "five" and "water", respectively, thus Punjab means "Five Rivers", which roughly means "Land of Five Rivers".The five rivers are the Beas, Sutlej, Ravi, Chenab and Jehlum (also spelled Jhelum). Traditionally, in English, there used to be a definite article before the name, i.e. "The Punjab".The name is also sometimes spelled as "Punjab". The name Punjab was given to the region by Maharaja Ranjeet Singh."

"The cuisine of Punjab has an enormous variety of mouth-watering vegetarian as well as non vegetarian dishes. The spice content ranges from minimal to pleasant to high. Punjabi food is usually relished by people of all communities. The philosophy of life for most of the Punjabis is to eat, drink and make merry. They are real lively people who are extremely fond of eating good food. In the preparation of Punjabi food, onion, ginger and garlic are used extensively to enhance the taste of the food.

Punjabi Junction Interior
Punjabi Junction Interior
Punjbi Junctin Food

Reviews on Social Media


Punjabi Junction Google Plus page

“Simple, yet delicious. 5 star Indian food. And if you are looking for the Indian real deal, just say so and they'll make it perfect. The staff adds another star, so it should be 6/5. The lunch deals are a steal. Best bang for the buck I've seen...”

-- Vander Leal


Punjabi Junction Facebook Page

“Absolutely amazing! First time ordering, got delivery and everything was perfect and the lovely lady who delivered was friendly. 
10/10 am definitely buying from you again :)”

-- Kel Love-Sexton


Punjabi junction on Menulog

“We have tried a few Indian restaurants, but the Punjabi Junction delivers great value for money, very flavourful food and delivery was excellent. Would and have recommended them to friends.”

-- Janelle

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